In this study, Dr Omran surveys the source books of Islamic jurisprudence from the eighth to the twentieth century in search for views on family formation and family planning. He has reviewed, in each century, the writing of leading theologians in each of the schools of jurisprudence (al-madhahib al-fiqhiyya), classifying their work, comparing their views and referring everything back to the foundation of Islamic jurisprudence namely the Qur’an and the Sunnah (the Prophet’s tradition).... Topics: family planning, islam
This is an audio recording of the AGM of the Brook Advisory Centre's AGM which took place in 1971. The speaker is introduced; this is Dr Malcolm Potts who talks about his vision for the provision of family planning (contraception) in terms of what kinds of contraception might be available and also be the most convenient for young people. He also comments on the differing pregnancy rates in young people around the World and the need for a non-invasive abortion service available to young people... Topics: Contraception, Family Planning Services, Abortion Applicants.
192 references published in the United States during 1915-1975. Intended to "help serious researchers locate additional sources". Excludes journal articles; includes bibliographies, addresses, essays, lectures, government documents, congresses, and books. Arranged by authors under listed forms. No index Topics: Contraception, Family Planning Services, Birth control
This is an audio recording of the AGM of the Brook Advisory Centre's AGM which took place in 1971. The first speaker is a woman; she discusses a court case where the organisation has taken action against a doctor. 1 segment. Topics: Contraception, Family Planning Services, Abortion Applicants.
LibriVox recording of A Journal from Japan by Marie Stopes. Read in English by Expatriate. Marie Stopes was a highly controversial scientist and activist in her era, campaigning for radical new views of love-based marriage, birth control, and women’s rights. As a scientist, she was a renowned palaeobotanist, specializing in issues concerning coal; these scientific pursuits led her to spend several years in Japan, where she went into some of the country's remotest coal mines to study fossils.... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, women, Japan, marriage, family planning
A very short cinema commercial about the Brook Advisory Centre clinics which advises people on family planning and contraception. A young couple walk together in woodland - they embrace briefly while a male voice-over advises people to come and talk to one of the Brook Advisory Centres if you love each other... but want to be careful . Topics: Contraception, Sex Education, Family Planning Services
Referred to as a 'spoken film' in the opening credits, this is an animated film which looks quite dramatically at the origins of human civilisation, the development of city living and the possibility of over-population in the future leading to the collapse of civilsed life. Narration is provided by Ian Richardson, Nancy Marchand, Earle Hyman, Carlos Montalban and Maya Chadda. 3 segments. Topics: Family Planning Services, Contraception, Medical Sciences, Public health, Family Planning Services,...
In this episode of The 16-bit Catholic, we talk to Katie Falk, twitter.com/nfpandme, and Kayla Peterson, twitter.com/alluringworld, about their Web site, www.iusenfp.com. We debunk myths about Natural Family Planning, such as that it's less effective, not good if you have irregular menstrual cycles, bla bla bla. Plus, we talk about the benefits of the method as well. Topics: catholic, christian, birth control, NFP, natural family planning, pill
Beneath the Surface, with Paul Murano "Natural Family Planning and Contraception: What's the difference - chemically, morally, psychologically, and environmentally? Guests: Barbara Donovan and Renee Aste You'll be very surprised at what you hear Topic: Natural Family Planning Contraception Beneath Surface environment family
India is the second largest country in the world with over one billion people of diverse socio-cultural background. The population of the world is increasing in an exponential manner. It has been found that the world population crossed the 5 billion mark in 1987 and by the turn of the century, it is expected to cross the six billion mark. India with a population of 843 million is the second most populous country in the world next to China and 7th in land area. With only 2.4 percent of world’s... Topics: Highest Population, Quality of Human Life, Family Planning
In our weekly Apologetics meeting, we discuss the use of contraception in America, the effects of taking it is, and the alternative: Natural Family Planning (NFP). Topics: contraception, natural family planning, NFP, apologetics, catholic, pregnacy
Since 1969 the International Planned Parenthood Federation has worked with the government of Botswana in setting up family planning services. An evaluation of the family planning aspects of the program were carried out. This is a summary of three research studies and some general comments. Included is: (1) an introduction to Botswana and the studies; (2) summary and comments regarding a study of family welfare educators; (3) summary and comments of a study of service statistics; and (4) summary... Topics: ERIC Archive, Family Planning, Population Education, Program Descriptions, Research, Surveys
Natural family planning (NFP) refers to techniques for planning or preventing pregnancy by observation of natural signs of fertility. In using natural family planning to avoid pregnancy, there is abstinence from sexual intercourse during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle. Social values which are incorporated into the method include couples controlling and sharing responsibility for their own fertility and the fact that NFP does not interfere with physiological processes. Rhythm is... Topics: ERIC Archive, Contraception, Family Planning, Interpersonal Communication, Pregnancy, Sexuality,...
Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam (D-VA) delivers remarks on a new report on birth control and the impact of children being born out of wedlock. Then, Ron Haskins of the Brookings Institution moderates a forum on family planning and birth control Topics: Discussion on Family Planning and Birth Control, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
This film addresses overpopulation in the Philipines and seeks to motivate public health and other government workers to re-inforce the benefits of reducing family sizes. Throughout there are scenes of impoverished urban life with the stress made on the pressure of finite resources whether health, education or quality of life. Finally, President Marcos outlines the challenge ahead which would involve tackling the Catholic church's explicit lack of support for contraception as well as the desire... Topics: Family Planning Services, Contraception, Philippines, Medical Sciences, Public health, Philippines,...